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Sir in fraction or rational no, denomminator should not cantain negative sign if there we should move it to numerator. But is law of exonent suppose the question comes -4 raised to -2 then we will apply the law a a raised to -m = a raied to m. then it would be 1 by -4 raised to 2. Then here negative is in denominator but aacording to fraction or rational no. rule, minus shouldnot be in deno9minator. Then how this law is correct
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A fraction or rational number can have a negative sign top or bottom. -a/b = a/-b = - (a/b). You must be talking about a negative exponent. It is true that one must bring the factor to the numerator if the exponent is negative in the denominator. In your example -4 raised to -2 power, it would be -1/4 with the 4 raised to the 2nd power = -1/16. However if you had (-4) raised to the -2 power you would have 1/(-4) with the -4 raised to the 2nd power = 1/16.